Your home is your biggest investment, and Bradley's goal is to help you protect it.
Before joining the Ayers team in 2020, Bradley studied business management at LCC and has years of retail management experience. He uses this background to help his customers create custom projects that meet their needs while solving their problems.
Bradley has completed extensive training in waterproofing, foundation, and crawl space repair needs, and is a Certified Waterproofing Professional through the Basement Systems International Network of Waterproofing Contractors. No matter what problem you’re experiencing with your home, he will design a custom solution using proven processes and the best products in the industry.
Bradley lives in Delta Township, MI with his wife and three daughters. When he isn't spending time with his family, he likes fishing and martial arts and considers himself a foodie.
Problems in your home can be frustrating and scary, but when you work with Bradley and Ayers Basement Systems, you don’t have to do it alone.
Linda had a lot of water in her crawl space and she wanted it out with the area waterproofed so it won't happen again. She also informed us that her floors around the home were sagging. Upon inspection, we found that a main beam was broken and it needed to be replaced and the floor supported. The first thing we did was install a replacement beam and support the floors with SmartJacks. We then moved on to waterproofing the space by laying down Drainage Matting which has dimples in it to direct water towards the sump pump. We then installed the TripleSafe Sump Pump System to keep water out of the crawl space. Next we installed the CleanSpace liner that keeps humidity, pests, and water vapor out of the crawl space. We also installed the SaniDry Sedona Dehumidifier to blow dry air throughout the area to keep it dry!
Nicole's block basement walls showed clear signs of bowing. This concerned the family because they were looking to stay in this 1970s home and make it their retirement home after their adult children had all left. Although there were no signs of water intrusion through the cracks in the bowed walls, the gaps in the blocks were visible which could mean that the foundation settlement had been ongoing for some time. We installed the CarbonArmor® Wall Reinforcing System which uses carbon fiber straps which are bonded to the interior face of the wall. The benefits of this system is that Tit requires no excavation, does not impact plans to finish the basement and installs quickly.